New Years Concert 2018

31-12-2017 t/m 03-01-2018

The Netherlands Wind Ensemble’s New Year’s concerts have now become as inseparable from New Year’s Day as ski jumping and the Viennese Waltz. It’s a surprising musical party with unexpected guests from all over the world, extraordinary stories and new compositions from young composers.

“It’s hard to think of a nicer way to start off the New Year than with the Netherlands Wind Ensemble’s New Year’s Concert in the Concertgebouw. Every year it’s a cheerful group, although the melancholy and depth are never far away, and each time when it comes to an end, there’s the same lament: if only all people on earth were musicians, there would never be another war.” Het Parool (****)

Tickets available from November 1st. 

when to see it
  • Sun 31 Dec 2017 Amsterdam Het Concertgebouw Last tickets
  • Mon 01 Jan 2018 14:00 Amsterdam Het Concertgebouw Last tickets
  • Mon 01 Jan 2018 17:00 Amsterdam Het Concertgebouw Tickets
  • Wed 03 Jan 2018 Leeuwarden De Harmonie

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